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Old 19th Aug 2019, 12:58
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June 2019 Passenger Numbers

The June figures have been published at last with a total of 89,200 passengers up 19% on 2018 (74870).

Unfortunately, despite the CAA claim that 'June tables are now complete', any sort comparison with 2018 by destination is fairly meaningless as the Route Analysis tables are a whopping 9,829 passengers short. It is anybody's guess where these missing numbers should be but from past experience it could well be the TUI routes again.

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Old 20th Aug 2019, 17:22
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Does in fact look like something is very wrong with the TUI numbers. All of the routes (apart from the Turkish ones) looks to be about 50% under-reported. They can't all be 50% declines on last year. This must be the data discrepancy.

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Old 21st Aug 2019, 09:38
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BOH June passengers as reported above 89,200 versus 74,870 up 19%.

Positives

Paphos 3,941 +164%
Alicante 5,723 +1%
Malta 2,782 - no change. Positive result considering EXT-MLA route in competition

Negatives

All other routes are showing significant negatives which simply cannot be correct given the overall growth.

Naples 0 -100%
Corfu 930 -50% (surely this is not correct)
Ibiza 739 -49% (ditto)
Mahon 767 -48% (ditto)
Lanzarote 1,484 -46% (ditto)
Rhodes 1,110 -40% (ditto)
Las Palmas 2,442 -25%
Dalaman 1,368 -21%
Krakow 2,917 -9%
Malaga 8,671 -6% (affect of Ryanair EXT-AGP?)
Murcia -5%
Faro 5,795 -5%
Girona 5,975 -5%
Tenerife 2,782 -4%
Palma 15,059 -2% (TUI numbers are not correct in this mix, was expecting PMI to show positive growth due additional flight per week by Ryanair)

New

Dublin 5,209
Heraklion 1,094
Kafalonia 742
Antalya 1,303
Prague 2,630
Jersey 253 (pathetic!)
Guernsey 58 (laughably low)

Total new routes: 10,978 still leaving 3,352 pax unaccounted for (can't be football or other one off charters which I estimate to not be more than 500-600)
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Old 21st Aug 2019, 10:23
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Originally Posted by Le Tirer View Post
The June figures have been published at last with a total of 89,200 passengers up 19% on 2018 (74870).

Unfortunately, despite the CAA claim that 'June tables are now complete', any sort comparison with 2018 by destination is fairly meaningless as the Route Analysis tables are a whopping 9,829 passengers short. It is anybody's guess where these missing numbers should be but from past experience it could well be the TUI routes again.

LT
I make it the same

I think its definitely the TUI figures are well out and have been for ages now
As regards Ryanair and Palma this month there is a big increase of an extra 2500 pax due to the extra flight and i believe if the TUI figures are adjusted there should have been approx 17, 500 pax use the Palma route in June
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Old 23rd Aug 2019, 10:34
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I wish BOH would bring Wizzair back. We need service to Warsaw, Budapest and Bucharest. They seem intent on developing from Doncaster and now Southend complimenting their Luton base so they have a positive mind-set with the UK despite Brexit. Surely the MD at BOH could utilise his past relationship with Wizzair when he was at DSA?
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Old 23rd Aug 2019, 14:43
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How do you know that the MD hasnít all ready been activating a plan by talking with Ryanair and Wizz already

Krakow and Prague are doing very well so far and Bournemouth as we know , it responds far better to small controlled growth

Watch the space for something, the MD is on the case
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Old 23rd Aug 2019, 15:34
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Originally Posted by Sharklet_321 View Post
I wish BOH would bring Wizzair back. We need service to Warsaw, Budapest and Bucharest. They seem intent on developing from Doncaster and now Southend complimenting their Luton base so they have a positive mind-set with the UK despite Brexit. Surely the MD at BOH could utilise his past relationship with Wizzair when he was at DSA?
If the services out of BOH then they would not have pulled out.Pax loads don't matter so much but its the yield that counts.The workers over here are going back to their respective countries which will helpno route even the established services from various airports will struggle.We got 30 days or so till we know about Brexit in which way it will go for a deal or no deal.So deal or no deal either way it will affect the migrante workers and the airlines.I was surprised they going to start services from SEN with LTN not far away.
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Old 26th Aug 2019, 11:57
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Route expansion may well be easier through non-originating traffic than always trying to get Ryanair to increase their presence, Our area has a lot to offer the tourist from abroad, link this to interesting destinations should produce good load factors and yield. I wish the MD well in his negotiations.
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Old 28th Aug 2019, 16:16
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July Channel Islands Data

BOH-GCI 33
BOH-JER 368
Total: 401

Capacity: 962

Load factor: 42%
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Old 30th Aug 2019, 13:27
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At the moment the Ryanair schedule has been changed a little for the winter to accommodate the closure in the Canary Islands

The TFS flights are operated by a BOH based aircraft and the LPA flight on a Saturday has also now changed to become a BOH based flight with the ALC service operating in the morning

Remains to be seen how the Faro flights work but looks to be aircraft availability
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Old 30th Aug 2019, 14:09
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New flights to Reus

New flights just announced by BOH and TUI to Reus from May 2020
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Old 30th Aug 2019, 15:41
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Be nice if TUI could operate the Friday Heraklion flight to schedule, every week it seems to leave over a hour later than its departure time of 13:25.
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Old 30th Aug 2019, 16:19
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Originally Posted by Sharklet_321 View Post
New flights just announced by BOH and TUI to Reus from May 2020
This was actually announced back in July , post 708

ď do keep up 007 ď !!! 🤣
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Old 30th Aug 2019, 17:26
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Originally Posted by MARKEYD View Post


This was actually announced back in July , post 708

ď do keep up 007 ď !!! 🤣
oops my bad 😳
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Old 30th Aug 2019, 19:24
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Originally Posted by LAX2000 View Post
Be nice if TUI could operate the Friday Heraklion flight to schedule, every week it seems to leave over a hour later than its departure time of 13:25.
Due to changes to flights CFU instead of NAP on Friday AM the slots changed and have changed the scheduled times. Flight radar didnít catch up so looks like itís late every week. They are also tight turnaround times so things can run late!
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Old 2nd Sep 2019, 12:14
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Really annoying also that Flight Radar never picks up the Freebird flights to Dalaman and Antalya or the Norwegian flights to Tenerife.
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Old 2nd Sep 2019, 13:02
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Originally Posted by loopylee View Post


Due to changes to flights CFU instead of NAP on Friday AM the slots changed and have changed the scheduled times. Flight radar didnít catch up so looks like itís late every week. They are also tight turnaround times so things can run late!
The departure time of 13:25 is on my TUI ticket, not flight radar
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Old 6th Sep 2019, 11:49
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Thomas Cook now appear to be selling city breaks from Bournemouth on Ryanair flights to Dublin, Prague and Krakow.

Smart move and hopefully this will result in further sustainability of these markets going forward
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Old 24th Sep 2019, 16:19
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Bournemouth passenger figures for July are finally out and it was worth the wait

Figures show 95 , 320 used Bournemouth up a whopping 28 % or just under an extra 21 , 000 passengers from last July

Unfortunately there are no passenger figures at all to compare with last years movements , something very strange going on this year with CAA figures for BOH

Ryanair have started to release summer 2020 routes with Dublin and Krakow continuing as before but on slightly different days and same frequency

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Old 24th Sep 2019, 17:38
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Well done BOU!,good management and investment has really paid off!
The airport is certainly becoming THE regional airport of the south coast.
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